Last February, during Carnival holiday, an operation was launched for students in 7 Brussels museums. The objective was to respond to the isolation of young people by offering them the opportunity to enjoy the rich collections and exhibitions of the City's museums without paying a single euro.
Due to its success, this action will be repeated during the two weeks of Easter holidays with 15 additional museums joining the programme. In total, 22 museums will be open to students for free from April 3 to 18.
Here's the list of participating museums :
- Art et Marges musée
- CENTRALE for contemporary art
- Belgian Comicstrip Center
- Choco-Story Brussels
- Design Museum Brussels
- GardeRobe MannekenPis
- Kanal - Centre Pompidou
- Art & History Museum
- Belgian Museum of Freemasonry
- Brussels City Museum
- Sewer Museum
- Museum of the Musical Instruments
- Jewish Museum of Belgium
- Museum Fashion & Lace
- Royal museums of Fine Arts of Belgium
- Coudenberg Palace
- Train World
- Villa Empain – Boghossian Foundation
An initiative led by Delphine Houba, Alderwoman for Culture, Tourism and Major Events & the City of Brussels.